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Kitchen Cutlery: Chef’s Knives by Giesser Messer, Victorinox and Zwilling JA Henckels

Slice, mince, dice, or chop, do whatever you wish in your kitchen with our extensive range of Chef's Knives. These all-purpose knives are brought to you from the well-known industry leaders, who have a proven track record in the field. Our cook's knives are available in a large variety of sizes from small to large. They feature straight, curved, or wide blades with serrated or non-serrated edges. Handles of these ultra-sharp knives come made from Rosewood, Fibrox, and Poly Oxy Methylene (POM). While the rosewood handles equip you with optimum comfort and durability, the NSF approved Fibrox/nylon handles make these chefs knives dishwasher safe and slip-resistant. High carbon stainless steel blades of our knives are meant for lifetime rugged usage and can be sharpened repeatedly.
$84 94
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Model: 7.7123.20
Size: 8"
Color: Black
$97 75
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Model: 7.7123.25
Size: 10"
Color: Black
 

Knife Guide

Rosewood Handles: Our classic, traditional rosewood handle is designed to provide maximum comfort at all times. Renowned rosewood handles feature a carved handle design with the unique beauty of natural rosewood, extra durable.

Fibrox Handles: Modern nylon and patented Fibrox handle is hygienic, dishwasher safe, slip-resistant and NSF approved. The handle is ergonomically designed to help minimize tension at the wrist and can provide better grip than rosewood handles.

POM Handles: Full tang construction with POM (plastic over molded) handles made of Poly Oxy Methylene will hold its shape and will not crack or separate from blade.

Forged Blades: Forged blades are made in an intricate, multi-step process. Ice tempered to create a hardened blade that will sustain its sharpness longer and give desired effect when re-sharpened. Traditional hot-drop forging creates a superior steel product with increased elasticity and maximum internal strength. Forged blades are typically thicker and heavier than stamped blades.

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